City Center – Cork
Cork is the second biggest city of Ireland (Dublin is the first one).
Founded by Viking invaders around the 9th century, the city was recognized by Prince John as Lord of Ireland.
Cork was at first a monastic settlement and achieved a remarkable urban character between 900 and 950.
Great monuments – Cork
The climate of Cork is even more mild oceanic and changeable that the rest of Ireland.
I traveled down to Cork just right after Christmas, and it rained the whole day.
What a great experience…
Traditional beer brewed & crafted in Cork
History Of Cork
Since the nineteenth century, Cork became strongly an Irish nationalist city.
Moreover in the war of independence, the center of Cork was ruined and torn into pieces by the British Black & Tans.
Place of interest – Cork
Bridge in Cork
Christmas Tree – Cork
Why Should You Go To Ireland For Your Next Destination?
- Historic Monuments (Cliffs Of Moher)
- A Musical Tradition Still Kicking (Live Your Life In Galway)
- One Of The Best Europe’s Most Vibrant Country (Between Cork & Galway)
- Natural Wonders In A Largely Unexpected Landscape (the Dingle Peninsula)
- Heritage Towns (The Secret Castle Of Clifden)
- Easy To Get To Ireland (How To Get Cheap Flights)
- Original Pubs
Choosing the right destination for your next trip is really important for creating that unique memory & experience.
Before you travel, familiarize yourself with your next trip… prepare yourself mentally to travel. It can be exhaustive and tiring to travel but it’s the best experience you will ever had!
Would you like to consider Ireland for your next trip?